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Jan 24, 2013 5:00pm PST
their energies toward fighting obesity problems. fighting diabetes or health issues. what side do you guys take on this? >> it's interesting. i'm going to -- she's actually the president of an naacp chapter. that will be interesting there. i'll tell you this. when you stop for a moment and look at it, whether or not you have an opinion on this, whether or not people should be ingesting that, whether or not this is an overreach of government to say that, whatever, let's walk away from that. the ban doesn't actually affect large businesses. like 7-eleven so basically you're saying hey we're putting the rule down but if you're a big corporation, you don't have to deal with this. but you small businesses that actually might -- this was really important, you have to be forced to deal with this. on top of it, there is a certain amount of privilege when you push that down and say that hey listen, you don't need that, okay. let me tell you what to do. don't buy the big sugary drinks. you might stretch this for the next two weeks in your family because you have three kids and this is what you use. forge
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Jan 16, 2013 6:00am PST
's going on? >> stephanie: oh, japan didn't do a land invasion. >> we're going to give you diabetes with tim horton's doughnuts, eh? >> stephanie: it will be a slow invasion. boy, when it kicks in. >> clog your arteries with the pudding. deep fried cheese curds too. just wait. it won't hurt you yet. but wait like 20 years. >> brown gravy will get you in like 20 years. >> i heard a chime. >> stephanie: i know. >> oh fine. >> stephanie: it is the alert that canada is about to attack. >> in 20 years. >> stephanie: that's what google alert said. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: okay. all right. >> we have a town called regina, eh? >> that, you do. >> okey-dokey. >> dare you not to laugh eh? >> stephanie: you realize we've become a south park episode. we're laughing at canadian episodes. >> we all have flappy heads. >> stephanie: send the mounties eh? >> we're wearing red coats so you can see us real good, eh? >> stephanie: all right. oh, let's do a hate letter. why not. they're losing it. >> do we have hate music? >> stephanie: sure. this could be from one of my parents. i'm so disappointed w
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Jan 11, 2013 3:00am PST
and unintentional injuries, diabetes and chronic disease, adolescent pregnancy disability, lung diseases, many of these things, the healthcare system has only a small impact on those things. >> bill: peter and i were talking about this yesterday doctor. so when you hear people say, as we do all the time, we have the best healthcare system in the world. >> yeah, well, unfortunately that's not entirely accurate. in many aspects our healthcare system does perform well, for example, in the u.s., blood pressure control rates are better than in other high-income countries. cholesterol control. >> bill: at least we win in some categories. >> we do. survival for cancer is better in the u.s. than in other countries. >> bill: is it? >> however, there are also deficiencies with the health system certainly the lack of coverage uninsurance is a major problem. there are other -- we don't emphasize primary healthcare and public health as much -- >> bill: or prevention. >> or prevention, exactly, as much as other countries do. the system is quite fragmented which also may contribute to deficiencies in quality
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